(dramatic piano music) – [Gemmy] I discovered photography by accident. I found that the camera was a good tool for me to be creative. To
– I think it takes a special eye to see spatial relationships in a building. And I think that architecture photographers share that with architects.
– Hey, fellow photographer! How’s it going? I’m Michael Zelbel. Today, I want to share a super fast easy portrait setup with you. It’s very
WILLIAM WILSON BRINGS NATIVE ORAL TRADITION TO PORTRAITURE. Hakim Bellamy: You know as a poet what I really adore in learning about your work and
(bright music) – Real estate photography, it’s kind of a unique genre. We never know what we’re gonna get when we walk into a home.
(audience murmuring) – Good evening. I’m Ian Wardropper, Director of the Frick Collection. I’d like to welcome you all here to tonight’s lecture by Michael
(upbeat music) – Baba Kabokeh! Genie here, I’ve been getting all these requests for AMA and I thought it would be kind of fun. (upbeat
(slow music) – My mom was an amateur photographer when I was a kid, and I remember just taking her Minolta back in the day,
– I can remember very distinctly one of the very first classes. You had to take one roll of film and tell a story. And
(fast piano music) – Pursuing photography for a career was a little bit of a happy accident. It started off as an obsession, which I